Haworth Old Hall offers a romantic spot in which to eat, drink and relax in the stunning Tudor surroundings of Bronte country.
Steeped in history, Haworth Old Hall holds the honour of being one of the oldest buildings in the beautiful Pennine village of Haworth.
Dating back to 1621, you'll feel like you've walked back in time from the moment you walk through the heavy wooden door. If it's roaring fires, glowing candelabras and period features that you're looking for, then you won't be disappointed. Plus, with at least 5 real ales on tap and an excellent wine list, there's plenty of drinks to enjoy while you relax in the surroundings of this Cask Marque accredited pub.
Dining-wise, expect a seasonal menu created using fresh produce. The menus feature traditional British fayre with a modern edge, such as chicken liver parfait, sausage and mash, pies and a smashing cheeseboard. Dietary requirements are well-catered for - there's also a separate vegan menu.
If you're looking to stay over, then you won't find many guests to cramp your style - in fact, with just 2 rooms, it's the perfect place for a romantic retreat. Both rooms are simply gorgeous, where stone mullion windows meet cool modern decor. The guest rooms include separate dining areas (should you wish to enjoy a decadent breakfast in your room), smart TVs and luxury toiletries.
And if you wish to explore? Then drop into Haworth village itself to explore its cobbled streets and timeless houses. Or, why not visit the world-famous Bronte parsonage or take a stomp around the stunning countryside - it's all just a stone's throw away.